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>> reed: we begin with that history making news, cuban state television announcing the death of former president fidel castro of cuba. thank you for joining us. >> anchor: no cause of death was given for the leader of the 1950's cuban revolution. here's a look at some people in miami celebrating the news of castro s death. we look state just 90 miles from u.s. shores. >> reporter: for more than four decades fidel castro was anti-americanism personnified. throughout the cold war the cigar smoking cuban deck tater delighted in being a constant thorn in the side of u.s. presidents. castro's revolution was born this the remote mountains of
>> havana and her people went wild, they surrounded him, engulfed him, fidel our liberator. >> reporter: he forged a close alliance with the soviet union that would endure for the rest the cold war. the u.s. struck back, spearheading the 1961 castro personally led the resistance and the american invasion failed miserably. a major embarrassment for president kennedy. less than a year later, castro and the soviets orchestrated the greatest nuclear crisis the world has known. after of a tense standoff, the soviets relepted, pulling their missiles from cuba. during the 70's and 80's castro used his financial support from
insurgencies throughout central america and africa, but his conditions worsened at home, thousands began to flee the island, risking their lives in the 90-mile boat trip to the united states. as the soviet union collapsed, so did cuba's economy. with no subsidies, castro was forced to court the hated capitalists, asking business toes invest their western currency in cuba. as time passed castro beg broke his knee and arm, and had surgery. as his dealt declined he turned power over to his brother, raul. but cuba now faces an uncertain future. bruce hall, nbc news. >> reed: my last television market was miami, i can guarantee there will be no other
>> exactly. well, a storm is expected to roll in this weekend bringing the possibility of valley rain and mountain snow. >> reed: chloe beardsley is tracking the latest. >> chloe: we're at 47 degrees in las vegas right now and we're expecting much chillier weather next week. here's a look at that storm that we're talking about right now, so far just now moving into the coast. you can see the bulk of the activity is still in the pacific northwest, seattle is getting there, all the way stretching out to portions of northern california. it's going to hit us pretty soon, starting tomorrow. you can already see additional clouds thickening over the region. so you can see we're going to see that tomorrow. waking up to mostly clear skies in the morning. we'll see more cloud in las vegas later in the afternoon. off to a cold start, and then as we take a look at the next few days here's a look at that system continuing to move in. you can see some abundant
i'll tell you the odds that we'll see the showers here, coming up in the full weather segment. >> reed: thanks. black friday deals starting to wind down. >> anchor: but tomorrow small business saturday will bring the focus back to the local scene. faith is it a tivoli village. >> reporter: it was a calmer and more intimate black friday shop experience here. treat her customers like family. >> for us, our customers are friends, we know their name. >> reporter: shelly takes pride in showing her customers around. >> it very personal and we do little touches that big box may not do. >> reporter: the local shop opened its doors four years ago and although black friday puts the focus on major retailers, she doesn't see any competition. >> we actually offer brands and pieces that they don't.
there. >> reporter: it's a different experience than sifting through hoards of people in search of the best deals during the black friday rush. the retail association of nevada estimates 970,000 black friday shoppers hit the stores today, with many retailers opening yesterday evening. it's a shopping trend that's become more popular with big box retailers, but small business saturday is aiming to start a new trend, a home grown shopping pride that gorman says thrives on the local business scene. >> there's a humanch my customers know all the people on staff and hey do vice verdict a, it's very family, very different. >> reporter: small business saturday will take place tomorrow with many retailers right here in tivoli village as well as payne retailers downtown. so if you go, snap a pick with your favorite small business
rolls on, we want to know what you think about black friday. were you out there scrambling for deals? if not, when was your post holiday tradition? take our poll on face bock or twitter. >> anchor: new at 11:00, smokeses at three different starbucks in albuquerque, new mexico. the f.b.i. says suspicious panels were placed outside each one, causing damage. the explosions forced tw today. the f.b.i. released two pictures from the break-in at one of the locations, and a suspect wearing all black appears to be carrying something after breaking through the front door. >> reed: one man dead after he was shot in the chest in his own apartment. investigators spent the day trying to unravel what happened. christy wilcox is live at metro headquarters. have they caught anybody? >> reporter: one man was taken into custody, and that was all
he had left the home, after that shooting occurred. then police found out that that man had a warrant out for his arrest. they were holding him until they found out what type of role he played in this shooting. as families wrap up the holiday, parents in this neighbor off sunrise and eastern say the focus has shifted from giving thanks to concern over violent crime. >> involved in gangs and drugs and all that other crap. >> reporter: as the body of a man lies i this father says what bothers him most. >> things like this happen every day, right next-door and people's kids can see, that's a shocker. >> reporter: officers say a young hispanic man was inside his apartment when he was shot in the chest. investigators are questioning a woman who was at the time and brought him outside after he was shot. that's where he died. >> his missing one shoe, just
side of the gate just rocking. >> reporter: police took another man in custody after witnesses say they saw him leave the apartment where the shooting happened. while officers say they don believe it was a domestic dispute, they say the victim has had gang ties. >> officers trying to reduce the crime, but once in a while there are some people around here that are still involved with some gang activity and drug activity. >> reporter: homicide decks are investigating the 154th r parents uneasy. >> ain't going to be nobody around to -- we're going to be the ones that are going to suffer. >> reporter: back out here live at metro headquarters, as of 1:00 that's when this investigation started. they were out here as of late this evening. i'm christy wilcox, back to you. >> anchor: thanks.
who caught most of our attention when he escaped an interrogation room back in september, to be recapture days later. north las vegas police say 25-year-old alonzo perez is now linked to two other murders. this is surveillance video of perez' escape from north las vegas police. perez was being questioned at the time for the murder of muhammad robinson. robinson was killed at a mcdonald's when police say he didn't hold the door for perez' girlfriend. now police link ballistic evidence from robin to two others. perez is due in court on januar. >> reed: nye county sheriff's deputies make an arrest,. in.
china. this amateur have behind me shows swinging chandeliers and people scrambling out of a restaurant. the quake had a magnitude of 6. 7 and hit a sparsely populated area that is prone to seismic activity. several houses collapsed, many more were damaged. the person who die was in one of the houses that caved in. >> reed: new details in that tragic bus crash that killed six tennessee school children. records show students raised the crash. the record include two written statements from students who complained about walker's driving. one student wrote that walker drove so fast that the student was afraid the bus would flip. another wrote weeks ago, the driver took turns so sharply he may kid fly out of their seats. report also show six other children voiced concerns about their safety on walker's bus. news 3 is your traffic authority. we do have an upcoming closure
last weekend's work wasn't quite finished, so ndot says they have one girder to add to that flyover bridge. monday night the eastbound 215 will be closed from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. tuesday. stay with news 3, at news3lv.com, for the latest on the airport connector project. well, she's too young to be santa claus, but that's not stopping a texas girl from giving just like the jolly old elf, her inspiring story coming >> anchor: and it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in
evans knows exactly what she wants for christmas. >> this is a lego toy game. >> reporter: she likes these toys. >> looks pretty cool. >> reporter: but they're not hers. these gifts are going to homeless children, because what alex wants this christmas is to help kids in need. >> other people around the world need help with toys, food, books. >> reporter: when a than samantha asked her what e want this year, alex see she wanted to donate to an organization working to en homelessness in san antonio. >> she's got a big heart, she's always been a giver. >> reporter: and alex hopes other kids do the same, by taking part in the kid to kid christmas challenge. >> so the challenge essentially is to have a family, a child
year the nonprofit hopes to provide presents to 500 children. >> her inspiration just gives us even more hope. right now sand minute stroas takes care of 350 to 400 families a night in one of those programs, so that's a lot of people that are in homeless families. >> you don't need a lot of stuff sox i would give. it max me feel really nice si really good because they got new things. >> reed: southern nevada is getting ready for the holiday season with with another winter wonderland. tonight the good folks at opportunity village lit up their christmas tree in the magical forest. this year's magical forest features a range of attractions for the kids, including the all new avalanche slide.
>> anchor: and the ice skating rink at the cosmopolitan is now open. not only will be be able to ice skate, but you can also experience man made snow flurries every wednesday true sunday between 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. >> reed: big changes are on the way, we're talking strong winds, rain and even snow? >> chloe: yes. already happening along the west coast right now. you can see it behind me on the satellite. before we get to the radar and one of the things i like to talk about, actually kevin does this segment usually, the three-agree guarantee. we're going to take a quick look. we made it to 64 degrees this afternoon. so how close were we, we forecast 62 degrees, which means
homeless youth. so far $1700 have been donated, certainly a wonderful organization helping homeless youth in our community. and like i said, outside right now looking pretty good at the lakes, currently at 50 degrees. southern highland a lot colder, in the upper 30's right now. 43 for eastern and charleston and the rest of the the temperatures you can see a mixture of mostly in the 4 light winds outside, a very different picture by tomorrow, though. temperatures across the region looking at 42 degrees in pahrump. 52 for lake mead. 44 for overton. overall we're going to see the calm weather continue for now, southwest flow across the area, but we're monitoring the movement of this trough of low pressure. set to bring us strong wind, i'm talking gusts up to 50 miles per hour this weekend. at this point we're just
cloud cover, mostly to the north of us for today. but like we talked about, big changes are on the way and here's the culprit right here. over the next several hours, continuing to move into the coastline, bringing some abun dan snowfall to the sierra, between 6 and 12 inches above 5,000 feet and up to two feet of new snowfall in some of the highest peaks in the sierra. also such snow to the north of us, may see some sprinkles around the higher elevations in our area. chance of expectedded to be on sunday, tapering off into the next work week. a closer look, we do have a few weather alerts to tell you about, this is mostly going to be a winner vehicle because worry getting the tail end of that trough that i moving through our area. but like i said, gusty winds, we're talking sustained win 25 to 35 miles per hour. this goes boo effect tomorrow night at 7:00, it's going to be a bumpy right overnight saturday into sunday and remains in effect through sunday at noon.
sunday, and certainly some very unsettled weather, and cooler temperatures the to to follow. we drop the lows down to 42 degrees tonight because they've been cooling down a little quicker than we anticipated. 40 degrees for overton. i think we'll go down to the low 30s for pahrump him highs tomorrow are going to be like today. it's not until later on in the afternoon things will get shaky. win 10 to 15 miles per hour at mount charleston. in las vegas, is part, winds will pick up later on in the afternoon. and it's a gradual increase, but as that system approaches we will see the very strong winds. the cooler weather is certainly guaranteed going from the mid 60s on saturday to the mid 50s on sunday. as we look aahead to the next work week we're going to coast our way into highs in the low 50s and overnight lows in the
>> new at 11:00, police in florida on the lookout for two me >> the heist all caught on camera, you can see the two men use a rock to break through the glass doors and windows, and once inside they go straight for the cash registers and even come back for seconds. >> the owner says they got away with around $2,000, but that didn't break his holiday spirit. he loaded up his food truck to deliver meals to the poor. >> reed: coming up, the rebel football team will wrap up the
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keep that long three-point streak alive. rebels were outscored the rest of the way. in the first half, and trailed by three. second half, 7:40 to go, poyser another three, cut to it one. but the that would be the theme down the stretch. rebels down five, moments later poyser again knocks the three down to cut it to two, but they could never get a 19 turnovers also. so they fall by four. they'll take on western kentucky tomorrow at 5:00. over at the orleans the final of the las vegas invitational, arizona against unbeaten butler. the three-point shot there goes down and wild accounts led by two. the first half winding down and
tyler widepan the dunk and foul, it's a three-point play and that's how butler pulls off another upset, knocking oh off the wildcats by four. rebel football team finish tess season tomorrow, maybe the most important game of of the season, coming off that loss to boise state. but tomorrow they'll try to defend the fremont cannon. tony sanchez was excited about the win and says it's a big deal. >> it's huge, but it big for the program, big for the school, big for the community, it's a big deal. they've had that thing 10 or 12 years, they got used to having that as part of the furniture, and it's great to have it here. crazy thing about this rivalry is post season, no post season, great year, bad year, i don't think it makes a difference. if you truly understand the
every single meeting, it's been something that we tack on the walls, beat reno, it's a big deal. >> liberty is up north at da monte ranch. we might see another rematch of last fall intos place. >> reed: thanks, randy. >> anchor: still to come, an early cress present for some local families and more so for
they're waiving adoption fees this weekend. the adoption fees are waived through monday. people were lined up out the door to fine a new furry member of the family. the adoption center center on mojave is open daily. if you want to adopt, just be sure to get there before six. >> reed: hash tag us and tweet us if you name your dog chloe, latoya, randy or read. >> there you go, thanks for watching. have a great weekend. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- justin timberlake.